Students were one of the most common sources in Dalian. There were more than 200 cases confirmed of infection. About 60 were students.
Madrid. (European News Agency).-Chinese authorities ordered the detention of more than 10,000 students in Dalian, the northeastern province of China and the scene of the Covid-19 virus outbreak. Experts claim that the virus is linked to the food sector.
According to media reports, the first outbreak in Dalian is linked to an import facility for food. Recent reports have confirmed that there are other cases of positive effects in the frozen food industry. This is now the third outbreak. Since the outbreak.
Bloomberg News reports that 70% of China’s frozen seafood is handled in Dalian. Authorities in other cities called for more testing in the industry in order to detect any traces.
Students were one of the most common sources in Dalian. About 60 of the 200 cases of infection were linked to students. DPA News Agency reported that around 10,000 students were told not to leave their rooms while the investigation continues.
While the Chinese government tried to reduce COVID-19-related deaths to zero, the latest rebound has been the most severe since the initial wave.
The Ministry of Health has updated the 52 remaining cases, but added 14 cases to account for asymptomatic patients. The death toll remains unchanged at 4,636 since January.